The Surfers Paradise sub-penthouse at 2903/18 Enderley Ave sold for $1.75 million earlier this month.AN opulent beachside sub-penthouse with panoramic views of Surfers Paradise has fetched $1.75 million.CoreLogic recorded the sale of 2903/18 Enderley Ave as the fourth highest on the Gold Coast last week.The 268sq m skyhome is on the 29th floor of the Artique building, offering stunning views of the ocean and city skyline from every angle. The view from the wraparound balcony.“It was just the little things like adding in a bigger shower and having the media room closer to the kitchen,” Mr Gordon said.The apartment has three bedrooms, a study or media room, three bathrooms, and an east-facing wraparound balcony spanning 41sq m.CoreLogic records show Mr Gordon bought the property for $1,706,970 in November 2008.Mr Stevens said he had noticed more interstate buyers from the east coast looking for penthouses on the Coast in recent months.“(About) 80 per cent of the transactions I’ve been doing … have been coming from Sydney and Melbourne,” he said.“I just don’t have enough to sell with the demand that we have at the moment.” Even the bathroom is luxurious! The panoramic views can be admired from every angle. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe perfect kitchen to cook up a storm.Harcourts Coastal agent Tolemy Stevens marketed the property, describing it online as an “elegant trophy residence” that was “as close as they come to absolute perfection”.He said it had about 25 inspections throughout the six months it was on the market before the buyer snapped it up.“The purchasers were from Melbourne, they’re going to use it as a private holiday home for friends and family,” Mr Stevens said.“Due to the vendor purchasing elsewhere still within the area, they were happy with the price to move on.”Sellers Nick Gordon and wife Andrea told the Gold Coast Bulletin when they listed the stylish apartment in October that it had been their home-away-from-home for the past decade.“The sunshine brought us to the Gold Coast and since buying here, the city has been our top travel destination for 10 wonderful years,” Mr Gordon said.The New Zealand couple bought it off the plan but customised the design to better suit their lifestyle.Some of the changes included a more versatile layout and a splash of marble in the bathroom. One of the three bedrooms. Relax and watch the world go by.
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